Class-XII

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Kashish nagpal
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Question: What was your first thought when you saw your score?

Answer:

When I first saw my scores, naturally, I was overcome with joy and relief. I had been anxious about my

scores and upon seeing them, I somewhat got this sense of certainty about my future.

 

Question: Whom or what do you attribute your success to?

Answer:  I attribute a lot of my success to my friends. They have been incredibly supportive and encouraging.

Whenever I had difficulty studying or had a hard time staying motivated, they were always there, ready to give me a pep talk, study with me and help me with doubts. Despite a bit of natural competition, they were always ready to help and I am so very grateful.

 

Question: What strategy did you adopt for exam preparation?

Answer:  Everyone has to memorize the syllabus to some extent but I suppose when I couldn’t get myself to put as much effort, I listened to audio versions of our NCERT textbooks. It at least made sure that I was retaining something when I had very little energy. Setting goals for each day helped  in having a more organized study pattern and in predicting  by when I would  be prepared. It is also really helpful to surround yourself with people who have similar thoughts and aspirations and study with them, that is essentially what helped me the most.

 

Question: Most students absent themselves from school to attend coaching classes – Do you think

this is the right approach?

Answer: Personally, coaching classes and tuitions never helped me much. The logic behind that remains that when one is  finally done with a long day of school and then coaching, one most probably will not have theenergy to study by oneself , on one's own terms. To be able to perform, studying on one's  own is very important.

Remaining absent from school to attend coaching instead is also counterproductive. It is important to note that the advice and insight you can receive from your school teachers will always be more relevant.

Question: How has the school helped you in achieving  your goal?

Answer: The biggest factor for me was how warm and helpful my teachers were. While they were

knowledgeable and insightful, they were also like a friend, and connected with the students on a personal level ,whether it was Neelam Ma’am for History or Walter Sir for English, I will miss them all so very much.

 

Question: What are your plans for the future?

Answer: I intend to pursue civil services, particularly Indian Foreign Services after finishing History Honours.

 

Question: You are a role model for the students. What is your message to the student community in the junior classes?

Answer: While I vouch that diamonds are made under pressure, I also hope that all of you don’t burden yourself with too much of it. Everyone has different goals and different notions of what is success and what you expect from yourself in the boards should be a direct outcome of that. Just work hard and things will work themselves out.

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Noor sehgal
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Question: What was your first thought when you saw your score?
Answer:

I was nervous to check the result on my own. At first glance I was not able to make much sense of it but the broad smiles on the faces of my grandparents told me that I had made them proud.

 

Question: Whom or what do you attribute your success to?
Answer: 

I think the credit should go to my teachers who have been a constant source of motivation and support for me and have guided me through my journey. It is also my hard work and consistency that has finally paid off. Yet none of this would have been possible without my mom and my family who’ve always believed in me and have given me the confidence to believe in myself tooFinally it's my brother, who gave me a good luck note every morning before the exam-I think it worked its charm.

 

Question: What strategy did you adopt for exam preparation?
Answer: 

I paid full attention in the classroom, and thereafter relied on the NCERT books for building my concepts. I also used various help books to practice more. For me consistency was key and studying at the last moment was something I completely avoided.

 

Question: Most students absent themselves from school to attend coaching classes – Do you think this is the right approach?
Answer:

No, rather I am of the belief that attending school regularly is extremely important when it comes to the aspect of preparation. The personal attention and experienced guidance of the teachers at school is something that coaching institutions lack. Coaching institutes can sometimes be a helping hand but never a complete replacement to school.


Question: How has the school helped you in achieving  your goal?
Answer:

This result is a culmination of my last 14 years at DPS Vasant Kunj. All my teachers from Nursery up to class 12th have played an important role in what I am today. They have shaped me, built me up and have given me the confidence to always strive for success. I am forever indebted to my teachers and to the school.

 

Question: What are your plans for the future?
Answer:

I wish to pursue B.Com (Honors) from Delhi University as of now. I have a few plans about my future, but I will finally decide about it a little later.

 

Question: You are a role model for the students. What is your message to the student community in the junior classes?
Answer:

Be consistent in your efforts. Don’t tire yourself out quickly. Work hard and success shall follow. 

 

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Vanshika yadav
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Question: What was your first thought when you saw your score?

 

1) I was amazed to see my result and my scores were unexpected . I thanked God ,my teachers and my parents for supporting me throughout and showering their blessings .

 

Question: Whom or what do you attribute your success to?

2) I dedicate my achievements to my parents and my teachers . It's all because of their unconditional support that I could move passionately towards achieving my goals. Patience, optimism and self -discipline are the key traits that I learned during my preparation.

 

Question: What strategy did you adopt for exam preparation?
3) I went through NCERTs thoroughly and solved some previous papers for  familiarizing myself with the CBSE board exam pattern .

 

Question: Most students absent themselves from school to attend coaching classes – Do you think this is the right approach?
4) Both school and coaching have their individual importance . Both provide students a positive ,enthusiastic and goal -oriented environment in a different manner . Although I could not attend my school classes due to covid ,we are out of the pandemic now and students should attend school classes as much as possible to get exposure to school life which is certainly irreplaceable.

Question: How has the school helped you in achieving  your goal?
5) The school has really played an important role by helping me throughout. Guidance  and knowledge provided by my teachers  were imperative in helping  me accomplish my goals .

 

Question: What are your plans for the future?
6) I wish to pursue medicine in order  to serve the society and help the needy .

 

Question: You are a role model for the students. What is your message to the student community in the junior classes?
7) Success and failure  are both temporary but acknowledging failure is a  game changer .We need to understand that failure is not the opposite of success but it is  a part of success . One should never become overconfident and should just keep going. At  the end, I would like to convey that the best efforts always pay , so believe in yourself and follow your dreams.

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